I-spy


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I-spy

n
a game in which one player specifies the initial letter of the name of an object that he or she can see, which the other players then try to guess
Translations

I-spy

[ˈaɪˈspaɪ] N (Brit) → veo-veo m
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It's a sad comment on the state of the TV industry that the Deayton, Leslie and Barrymore scandals seem almost commonplace, and for real shock value I have to thumb back through my I-Spy book until I alight on the once-hallowed name of Frank Bough.
In I-Spy, Owen's character Alexander Scott is reduced to a blubbering idiot when it comes to the fairer sex.
The I-SPY technology is already being deployed and current customers will begin receiving additional passive candidates immediately.
In I-Spy, he's slightly duff secret agent Alex Scott, the kind of man who gets the outdated, hand-me-down equipment that James Bond might have grown tired of around the time that Sean Connery had the role.
I-SPY with my little eye something familiar about the star of the forthcoming Spooks spin-off.
What it lacks in storyline, I-Spy more than makes up in comedy.
ON a train journey to Southport for a day out with my six-year-old niece, we unwrapped a boiled sweet each and decided to play I-Spy.
I-Spy caught up with Stuart this week, who revealed that the band are working better as a foursome.
If you go for a walk, take the dogs and play I-spy.
Blonde Nadia, who used to be a man, told I-Spy about her plans as she mingled with fellow celebs at a Fairytale Charity Ball, held by Phones4U billionaire John Caudwell at his Staffordshire home last week.
LOOK AGAIN: The new I-Spy books with the iconic original I-Spy books below
PC Tools sees the I-Spy Act as a leap forward in protecting online consumers and an added deterrent for cyber criminals," Greene said.